The health department in Rajasthan is also on alert mode regarding the mysterious lung disease spreading in China. In this regard, mock drills were conducted today in government hospitals across the state including Jaipur’s Sawai Mansingh Hospital, so that if a similar situation arises in Rajasthan as cases of respiratory diseases are increasing in China, then how can this disease be dealt with. For this, following the instructions of the Health Department, mock drills were conducted in hospitals on Wednesday.
ACS (Additional Chief Secretary) of Rajasthan Health Department, Shubhra Singh, took the VC of the officials of the medical department at Swasthya Bhavan on last Tuesday i.e. 27th November for the preparations to prevent respiratory diseases. During this time, he had given instructions for mock drills in medical institutions to deal with this disease. During the mock drill, monitoring of beds, tests, medicines, ambulances, human resources and essential equipment etc. was done.
Samples of patients will be tested in the lab here
Now in Rajasthan, samples of influenza patients and serious respiratory patients who will be admitted to the hospital will be sent to Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur labs. Samples of patients will be tested here. The Health Department has instructed to keep doctors, lab technicians, ambulances, oxygen plants ready in government hospitals. At present there is no need to worry in Rajasthan. Rajasthan Health Department is on alert mode only for precautionary preparations.
Central government asked these states to remain on alert mode
Let us tell you that the Modi government at the Center is serious about this mysterious disease spreading in China. The government has issued advisory regarding some states. These states are Rajasthan, Karnataka, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Haryana and Tamil Nadu. The central government has asked these states to remain on alert mode. Besides, an alert has also been issued to the health departments of the states. On the instructions of the Central Government, the state governments have also come on alert mode.
The Health Department of Rajasthan has issued an advisory for the hospitals as well as the people of the state. In this, people have been advised to use masks in crowded places. It has been asked to make complete arrangements for the treatment of children in pediatric units.